I have been trying to fix my issue using a few methods of putting 2 paritions together on my micro SD card that was created by an installation programme automatically. It made part of the capacity unallocated somehow, and only 119GB was shoiwn as healthy in Disk Management. I searched on the Internet on how to put the partitions together, but I struggled. I had tried formatting the partitions into exFat and NTFS. I had tried full formatting a few times, which took a very long time. I tried deleting a volume to make it unallocated, which was fine the first time. I think when I deleted the smaller partition that was unllocated, it was when the whole partition completely went!!! This was a mistake I made I think. Then, I tried using cmd command to fix the issue. In Command Prompt, I have tried “list disk”. My micro SD shows as 119GB, and a smaller capacity also available. Following the instruction of some Internet advice, I have tried "select ", and then “delete partition”, then “format”. The formatting took ages like a full format in Disk Management. At the end, I still only have 119GB available. Lots of people commented this work for them, but mine still doesn’t work. I think what went wrong was when I was in Disk Management, I deleted the volume for the unallocated parition. Will I ever be able to get the full capacity of my micro SD card back?
Can anyone help in here? Any advice please?